San Francisco Giants logos


The San Francisco Giants were established in 1883 as the New York Gothams, and moved to San Francisco in 1958. They have 8 World Series titles under their name and have won 23 NL Pennants throughout the years. They currently hold a winning percentage of 0.535, with 11,194 wins and 9,718 losses. The San Francisco Giants logo has remained extremely similar since their move to San Francisco in 1958. Their first logo under their new name featured a gradient white and gray baseball, with the word “Giant” written in black over it. The typeface of that logo was cursive. The current San Francisco Giants logo remains similar to the first one. This time the ball is of a warm orange color, with orange stitching. Over the baseball the word “GIANTS” is written, but this time it’s a bold, sharp and fancy looking typeface